2016: India Permits Free Energy Technology Despite Threats From UK, US, Saudi Arabia

INDIA WON’T SUPPRESS TEWARI’S FREE ENERGY GENERATOR India considers its own free energy program a matter of national pride, and is very much willing to risk antagonizing Petrodollar countries with its support on Reactionless AC Synchronous Generator (RLG) invented by its own Paramahamsa Tewari, an electrical engineer and former Executive Director of Nuclear Power Corporation of India. Years ago, Tewari has also proven the theories inside Bruce de Palma’s homopolar engine which first exposed this writer to the world of free energy technologies. Obviously, a country cannot implement its own free energy program without considering all possible consequences including a military response from Petrodollar countries, e.g. Saudi Arabia, UK, US. That’s why India has been aligning its own military program with that of Russia which at present is standing up, together with the BRICS countries, against the Nazionist cabal imposing all sorts of sanctions to destroy it. The BRICS […] Read More

2015: INDIA WON’T SUPPRESS TEWARI’S FREE ENERGY GENERATOR

India considers its own free energy program a matter of national pride, and is very much willing to risk antagonizing Petrodollar countries with its support on Reactionless AC Synchronous Generator (RLG) invented by its own Paramahamsa Tewari, an electrical engineer and former Executive Director of Nuclear Power Corporation of India. Years ago, Tewari had also proven the theories inside Bruce de Palma’s homopolar engine which first exposed this writer to the world of free energy technologies. Obviously, a country cannot implement its own free energy program without considering all possible consequences including a military response from Petrodollar countries, e.g. Saudi Arabia, UK, US. That’s why India has been aligning its own military program with that of Russia which at present is standing up, together with the BRICS countries, against the Nazionist cabal that is imposing all sorts of sanctions to destroy the Russians. The BRICS alliance has in the […] Read More

2015: Pink Slips: 100,000 Jobs Wiped Out Amid Oil Price Collapse: “Spreading Like Cancer”

Low oil prices are good for America according to President Obama. In fact, he has personally taken credit for the savings you’re experiencing. In a normal economy, lower prices at the pump would certainly help to spur growth in other sectors. The problem, of course, is that the new normal means that oil companies and banks leveraged heavily as prices rose. They assumed, like real estate speculators ahead of the 2008 crash, that the price of oil could only go in one direction. As we’ve seen in recent months, however, oil speculation is exactly that and despite our dependence on black gold the energy industry is not immune from massive price swings. The consequences will be two-fold and the cracks are already starting to appear. First, according to a new report from Zero Hedge, over 100,000 jobs have been lost globally as a result of lower oil prices and more […] Read More

2015: Why There Will Be No Suppression Of New Energy Technology

It wasn’t long before carriage makers were driving horseless carriages. It wasn’t long before people crossing the continent on trains abandoned the railroads for airliners. Natural gas is replacing coal and there is nothing the railroads, the coal miners, or the coal companies can do about it. Cheaper and more efficient energy always wins out over more expensive energy. Coal replaced wood, and oil replaced coal as the primary source of energy. Anything that is more efficient boosts the figures on the bottom line of the ledger. Dollars chase efficiency. Inefficiency is suppressed by market forces. Efficiency wins in the market place. The Engineering Director (electrical engineer) of the Karnataka Power Corporation (KPC) that supplies power to 6 million people in Bangalore and the entire state of Karnataka (10,000 megawatt load) told me that Tewari’s machine would never be suppressed (view the machine here). Tewari’s work is known from […] Read More

2014: The Price Of Oil Exposes The True State Of The Economy

Above Photo: Jack Delano Cafe at truck drivers’ service station on U.S. 1, Washington DC Jun 1940 Submitted by Raul Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog, We should be glad the price of oil has fallen the way it has (losing another 6% today as we write this). Not because it makes the gas in our cars a bit cheaper, that’s nothing compared to the other service the price slump provides. That is, it allows us to see how the economy is really doing, without the multilayered veil of propaganda, spin, fixed data and bailouts and handouts for the banking system. It shows us the huge extent to which consumer spending is falling, how much poorer people have become as stock markets set records. It also shows us how desperate producing nations have become, who has seen a third of their often principal source of revenue fall away in a […] Read More

2014: US Destroying Syria’s Oil Infrastructure Under Guise of Fighting ISIS

Maram Susli Activist Post The US is considering bombing pipelines in Syria, which it claims is in an attempt to cut off the huge profits being made by ISIS from captured oilfields. The Independent quotes Julieta Valls Noyes, the deputy assistant secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs during a visit to London, that ISIS was making $2 million a day off oil sales and that the US would consider airstrikes as well as “kinetic strikes against some pipelines” and “actual physical action to stop the flow”. The trouble with this justification for destroying Syria’s oil pipelines is that ISIS does not have the capability to use the pipelines to transfer oil. ISIS transports the stolen oil on the back of trucks and sells it on the black market in Turkey. This is admitted in the same Independent article that quoted Ms. Noyes. The Independent claims: Isis has sold some […] Read More

2014: Obama Caught Lying Again: “We Don’t Have The Technological Breakthroughs To Replace Fossil Fuels”

Not long ago, Barack Obama said: “We’re all about increasing energy efficiency and finding new, renewable, clean sources of energy. We don’t yet have the technological breakthroughs that could completely replace fossil fuels. We will be using our current methods of energy generation for the next 20 to 30 years. ” (see video below) This is another example of the president of the United States blatantly lying. It’s extremely clear that we do have solutions to the current energy challenges we have. This became even more evident in the mainstream world when (recently) the Rockefeller family dropped their investments in fossil fuels and switched over to clean energy. (source) The world’s largest private bank, UBS, is urging investors to join the clean, renewable energy movement. Analysts at the bank say that power plants in Europe might be extinct within the next 10 to 20 years. “Most of the plants retiring in […] Read More

2014: How Tesla and New Car Technologies Could Send Auto Dealers the Way of the Dodo Bird

When auto dealer lobbies cry foul, they are sure to be coddled by state lawmakers. Consumers hate the new-car buying experience. They hate the haggling and the cheesy sales tactics, and they hate leaving feeling ripped off, even if they drove off with a good deal. Car salespeople are the least trusted professionals in the nation, even beating out members of Congress for the dubious title. But for 80 years, that’s been the only game in town. If you’ve ever bought a new car, you’ve had to do it at a car dealer and on its terms. Unless you recently bought a Tesla, that is. The direct-sales model Tesla uses threatens the very existence of car dealers. The electric-car company markets its cars through stores called galleries and over the Internet. There are no dickering, bait-and-switch or trade-ins, and no salespeople if you don’t want them. All prices are […] Read More

2014: America’s Energy Madness—We’re Banning Solar Panels, But Many Towns Can’t Regulate Fracking

When it comes to state and local politics, the oil industry is much more powerful than green energy. When it comes to going green, many environmentally conscious citizens are finding themselves in murky waters, from Texas residents being blocked by homeowner associations from installing solar panels to Colorado residents trying to protect their cities from fracking battles they thought they’d won. It’s not easy being green, especially when profits are involved. Just ask Eric Schirmer of Plano, Texas, who wanted to cut electricity costs and help the environment by installing solar panels on his home’s south-facing roof in his Trails of Glenwood subdivision. With the drop in prices of solar panels in recent years, Schirmer was ready to make the investment and sent in his application. But despite a 2011 Texas law banning homeowners associations from restricting the use of solar power, Schirmer’s request was denied by his HOA. How? A loophole in the law allows developers to prohibit solar panels while a […] Read More